It's Saturday morning!

And your new issue of the Streets Of Toronto Food newsletter is here!

Five delicious new restaurants to try in Toronto right now

From an intimate 80-seat lounge courtesy of Michelin-star chef Patrick Kriss, to Toronto’s first Jiro-style Ramen spot, the city is chock-full of new restaurants to keep you busy!

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Celebrity chef Massimo Capra on where to find the best lasagna in Toronto

Lusciously cheesy and beautifully layered, lasagna is the ultimate comfort food. Everyone’s favourite pasta dish gets put to the test.

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One of Yorkville’s favourite restaurants is saying goodbye

“It has been such an amazing run.” With those words, popular Yorkville eatery Wish, announced they would be closing shop after more than twenty years in business.

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Hire quickly and easily with Swob

Food Dudes’ Adrian Niman opens new Toronto restaurant Chop Hop

If you never tried Rasa Chopped, a take on the traditional chopped salad which many consider to be the best in the city, here’s another opportunity to do so.

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Famous Italian café Ditta Artigianale opens its first Toronto location

Direct from Florence, Toronto is now the new home and first international location to Italian café, Ditta Artigianale.

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Holy Chuck is a pioneer and a trailblazer on Toronto's burger scene.

A Michelin star comes to Yorkville

Chef Rob Rossi on Canada's underrated food scene, a third restaurant and what it's like to win his first Michelin star.

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This new Ossington bodega sells an impressive selection of rare snacks

Take your snacking to a whole new level with obscure chocolate, chips, candy and cereal at Toronto’s newest convenience store-on-steroids.

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Where to find the perfect range hood to wow your chef at home

A range hood is one of the most important features in a kitchen and a high-quality range hood will be almost unnoticeable.

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Check out this weeks Streets Of Toronto video!

This is one of Toronto’s most iconic diners.

In case you missed it last week...

For $1,360 you can fly to Japan or eat at one of Toronto’s omakase restaurants

For sushi enthusiasts, omakase grants the opportunity of sampling the best available option handpicked by the chef.

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